Having worked with additive manufacturing in industry for the last three years, Michael Rosplock has utilized this technology to solve problems from both engineering and manufacturing points of view. Most recently, he developed Enerpac's first additive manufacturing production cell and led the integration of this cutting-edge production method with hydraulic products. Prior to expanding 3D printing to operations, he wrote the first business case for a prototyping 3D printer within the engineering and design groups. He then integrated these technologies throughout the design process of research and development teams around the globe. Before arriving to industry, Michael worked with many different disciplines of additive manufacturing from large format startups to biomedical research and development while studying at the University of Minnesota.